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From an evolutionary perspective, cooperating with others can yield benefits that increase chances of survival. But what are the conditions that motivate us to cooperate? New research suggests that reciprocity -- cooperation under the assumption that we will receive benefits in return -- outweighs our desire to conform with group norms when we're deciding whether to cooperate with someone.
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